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Sat Sep 9, 2017
Mybuddymac14 asked:
Me and my wife are looking into purchasing a 3 bedroom/2 bath home built in 1967. It has had one owner and uses well water and a cesspool. After scouring the internet I cannot find anything…
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Sat Nov 19, 2016
Antonbeverly asked:
We have made an offer on a house and have not heard from seller and real estate agent is saying there is no time limit for seller to accept in Delaware
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Thu Jun 16, 2016
Dejajanee answered:
A financial institution must be approved by USDA in order to be eligible for providing home loans in rural areas under its residential program guidelines. Find USDA lenders in Delaware at http://usdalenders.org/delaware-de/ ... more
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Tue Feb 18, 2014
Ben Steward answered:
Village of Cinderberry a 50 + community that is, revitalized with new HOA. Numerous amenities, indoor pool, exercise room, club house, cable TV high speed Internet, exterior maintenance & landscaping. HOA Fee: 2,688/ yr I would be happy to serve your best interest, needs and wants as your agent, go to Benjaminsteward.com for further information and how I might best help you with your real estate DREAMS! Making it a smooth, positive experience from beginning to end! ... more
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Tue Jun 5, 2012
Dot Burton answered:
Yes, is there a particular area or home you are looking for?
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Thu Mar 3, 2011
Gerard Carney answered:
Yes Banks are playing the own and wait game also, they feel that some homes will give them a better return in a near future market and the bank on this inventory to possible break even or even bring in a profit. Go to a local Realtor and ask them to look up all the public information on these properties, then make sure the bank is the proper owner, we had a mess here in Florida a while back and a large amount of REO sales fell through because titles needed to be cleared because the banks had improperly recorded them. ... more
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Wed Jan 27, 2010
Mack McCoy answered:
Yes, but.

One of the difficult things for most people to do is to determine the difference between an update and an upgrade. It is incredibly easy for our tastes to remain locked in time, so our choices of finishes can turn out to be as dated as the items that they're replacing.

Many home-improvement stores will lend you a designer for a trifling sum, who can help you choose something that will be eye-popping to prospective buyers and fit into both your budget and existing fixtures.
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